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Connecting Urban Spaces with Nature - Episode 2

Welcome to our Autumn webinar series, Connecting Urban Spaces with Nature, Episode 2. In this webinar talk about air quality and how green infrastructure can play a role to help combat the issues we deal with in the built environment.

In this episode we are talking with Prof. Ross Cameron who is based at the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Sheffield and has done extensive research on air quality and its impact in the urban scape.